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'We acknowledge the enduring hurt that has been caused' - Ardern.
Almost 50 years on from the raids, critics say the apology is long overdue.
The Government will today announce a formal apology to address the dawn raids
Two people are believed to be responsible for robbing the Henderson studio.
It comes ahead of the Government's dawn raids apology, nearly 50 years later.
Aotearoa's indigenous cooking method celebrated by Auckland Council.
After working with First Nations for over two decades, Nasa has asked Aotearoa to join.
"Māori learners need to be part of the conversation from the beginning."
Te Tohu Paerua o te Reo Kairangi will be launched on July 2 in Hamilton
One person has been transported to hospital in a serious condition following the crash.
It may just be the place you want to get vaccinated.
Astronomer Ian Griffin gets approval to name asteroid after his admirable friend.
It's as serious as national kapa haka festival Te Matatini.
A three-day celebration will include a panel discussion with US Black Panther members.
Study reveals Polynesians the first to discover frozen continent in the seventh century.
The festival is set to be a great lead-in before Matariki becomes a national holiday.
It comes after a YouTube video incited violence and threats towards Māori Party leaders.
Mati Faaeteete will be able to return home to bury her newborn's placenta and see family.
Sir John Key will be one of the mentors for the five winners.
Auckland Action Against Poverty says the increase does not restore dignity for families
'It's been a long time coming,' says a key advocate of the Māori Health Authority.
Samoa elections: newcomers FAST party win majority vote following a nearly 45-day deadlock
Threats made to have it pulled, but Ngāpuhi is hoping to have the sale resolved.
It was the largest exhibition in Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki's 132-year history.
Davidson admits that the Government and past governments have been doing it wrong.
Government will allow all voices to be heard to develop action plan.
Tribunal says it's time for Māori to "reclaim their space".
"It's a very unique link to a person we never knew".
A complete kaupapa Māori approach will be introduced for the first time.
The Huihuinga Wāhine Māori Leadership Summit kicks off today.
Dawn raids caused "ongoing trauma; broken people and families", Melani Anae says.
The proposed site in Parnell has caused division.
"We can't expect our whānau to do it if we don't do it ourselves"
'All I want is to pay my bills and provide for my son.'
The initiative addresses shortage of Māori and Pasifika midwives and racial inequities.
A two-week exhibition looks to delve into Māori history with tikanga-toi (Māori art)
Leaders say some marae offer social, health and education services, unlike motels.
The long-time activist and mother of Che Fu died of cancer on Monday.
One complaint said: It's unnecessary ... it will make English language 'inferior'.
'Pākehā are defensive about the story because it's this fear of getting blamed.'
Auckland iwi step in to assist DOC, following a 2018 Supreme Court ruling.
BSA received 27 complaints regarding TVNZ and its news programmes in the past year.
The National Erebus Memorial intends to pay tribute to 257 killed in 1979 plane crash.
Survey reveals Māori and Pasifika less confident in the safety and quality of the vaccine
Dame Naida calls for a hui to achieve an outcome that upholds the mana of all parties.
Severe weather watch for parts of the North Island as thunderstorms roll in.
Planned power outages postponed following a number of complaints,
Mother of little girl stunned by how many others have had to deal with the same issue.
Leaders say last month's three-day lockdown was too short.
Palmerston North mother calls for change to enhance the respect for cultural names.
Several Māori staff at Auckland's Unitec resigned last month.